India looks like it is failing in one of the key objectives of its defense industrial policy—its desire to bring advanced Western technology into domestic-foreign joint ventures on its own territory. Unless New Delhi changes its policy, limits on foreign investment in such businesses will ensure that the flood of work coming to the country as offsets to Indian arms purchases will be limited to non-sensitive technology. There is pressure for change, however, and industry executives ...


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